AffiliationMorgan State University
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CitationOsuzoka, T., & Emerson, U. (2021). Telemetry Network Testbed – Prototype Network Elements. International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, 56.
AbstractTelemetry is the automated transfer of measurements or other data from a remote or unavailable locations to receiving equipment for monitoring. Network devices send real-time data to one or more centralized locations for storage, processing, and analysis in network telemetry. By configuring a cloud computing network, we will be able to create a virtual database that consists of a variety of network elements. This paper describes the network elements that are used in a telemetry testbed system. There are various elements that are used in a network configuration. These components include but are not limited to routers, switches, connectors, firewalls, and LAN. VMware is a complicated piece of software that performs best when run on a device with the highest possible specifications. A VMware workstation will be built to accommodate these attacks over two hosts namely a kali Linux and windows XP host. By using a vSphere software, we will be able to create these elements. Through it, each of these network elements will be taken through a series of attacks in which we will analyze and modify each to be improved on. We will be reporting an in-depth analysis of each element, the kind of components they consist of, and the results of each element after attacks are done.